Malgorzata Pankowska

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User participation in the development of a business information system is considered essential to the success of the system. The paper covers analysis of different approaches concerning user involvement in the process of system development. The last part of the paper includes the analysis of the empirical research results on user participation.
e-Government can be defined as Internet applications for public administration processes and decision making on local, regional, national as well as cross-national level. Therefore, the strong necessity to ensure vertical and horizontal interoperation of administrative units is arrived. The main goal of the paper is to reveal how interoperability is built(More)
The enterprise architecture (EA) is defined as a coherent and consistent set of principles and rules that guide system design. In the EA modelling methods, an enterprise is identified with institution, business or administrative unit. The EA development methods mostly focus on the EA internal problem visualization, as well as on the procedural and different(More)
The Big Data is a modification of the traditional view of information organization, particularly view of the data warehouses and databases. Nowadays, business organizations must address a mix of structured, unstructured and streaming data that supports queries and reports. Business recognized the wealth of untapped information in open social media data.(More)